Learn how to protect yourself from serious injury with lockout/tagout training. Locking and/or tagging out equipment is crucial as it protects you from unexpected start up while service work is being performed. You'll discover why, when, and how you must comply with lockout/tagout requirements as you receive instruction in awareness, lockout/tagout devices, standard lockout/tagout procedures, and special lockout/tagout procedures.
Note: Some states have regulations that supplement the OSHA standard. To be sure you meet any additional lockout/tagout requirements, check your state's laws.
Who Needs This Course?
If you have little or no training or familiarity with workplace electrical hazards or use extension cords, electric tools, and similar items, this course gives you an overview of basic electrical safety regulations and procedures.
What Will You Learn?
After taking this course, you will be able to:
- Understand how electricity works and the primary electrical hazards.
- Identify the general training requirements of the OSHA Standard for qualified and unqualified employees.
- Use safe work practices, including how to properly lock and tag equipment, guard live parts, and properly ground equipment using circuit protection devices.
- Select the appropriate primary and secondary personal protective equipment and identify basic safety practices for tools.
- Prevent workplace hazards by using warning signs, properly using portable cords and cables, and practicing good housekeeping.
OSHA — 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S
- Narration and easy navigation
- Interactive lessons
- Supplementary material
- Links to regulations
- Real-world scenarios
- Objective-based exams